These multipurpose furnaces are used for high-temperature vacuum or inert gas treatment of metals and ceramics, reactive studies, and more.
Centorr Vacuum Industries recently announced the launch of a newly designed laboratory furnace line, the LF Series. These new multipurpose furnaces are used for high-temperature vacuum or inert gas treatment of metals and ceramics, reactive studies, and small-scale sintering studies.
The LF furnaces have an operating temperature of up to 2000°C (3632°F) in vacuum or in inert gas. The hot zone is 3 in. (76.2 mm) in diameter by 5 in. (127 mm) high, with ultra-clean tungsten mesh heating elements and tungsten/molybdenum heat shields. These furnaces deliver an operating pressure range from a positive pressure of 2 PSIG (.14 KG/SQ.CM) to a vacuum of 10-3 Torr or 10-6 Torr, depending on the vacuum system selected. The standard roughing pump model delivers an ultimate vacuum of 10-3 Torr, and the diffusion pump and turbo molecular pump models deliver an ultimate vacuum of 10-6 Torr.
Engineered to guarantee the highest quality at an affordable price, this series features the high-purity environment of an all-metal hot zone. The LF series delivers the company’s traditional robust and reliable design combined with rugged construction for long life.
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